Sir Paul Marshall

REVEALED: THE SHOCKING TWEETS OF GB NEWS CO-OWNER SIR PAUL MARSHALL

Sir Paul Marshall owns half of GB News, and is preparing a bid to acquire the telegraph and spectator.

The tweets he promotes on social media make this an alarming prospect.

Read our investigation

HOW WE WORK

HOPE not hate exists to challenge all kinds of extremism and build local communities. Our work focuses on the organised far-right, the communities who are susceptible to them and the issues and policies which give rise to them.

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HELP BRING TOMMY ROBINSON TO JUSTICE

Tommy Robinson has broken a court order, releasing a hateful and libellous documentary about Syrian refugee Jamal Hijazi. We cannot let him get away with this. Take action now.

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Stop racist hate dividing our communities

The far right are stoking hate against refugees, asylum seekers and migrants. They are are preying on the fear and anger felt by communities who are struggling with the cost of living, spreading misinformation and making people seeking asylum their scapegoats.

But we need your support to meet this new threat. We need to counter the racist messages of the far right and stop the scapegoating of people seeking asylum.

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100 YEARS OF ANTI-FASCISM

From the moment Britain’s first fascist group was established 100 years ago, it faced resistance. Most of us know our communities are stronger together – that HOPE is more powerful than hate.

This year we are marking a century of Britain’s fascist and anti-fascist movements. We have written a report and created an interactive timeline revealing the fascist threats of the past and the inspiring stories of the people who fought back – through direct action, music, art and community building.

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